Tahsi Lapcha Pass trek is non-tourist and unspoiled trekking trail in eastern part of the Nepal closed to Everest region. Trekking in Rolwaling Tahsi Lapcha Pass is one of Nepal’s finest high mountain valleys. West of the Khumbu, directly on the Tibetan frontier there is a wild, lonely high valley, the “Rolwaling”, which is called simply “the grave” by the indigenous Sherpa’s on account of its location buried down between steep ice-giants.
The Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trail leads through one of the remote and beautiful parts of Nepal part picturesque Sherpa and Tamang village with their typical terraced fields, through dense, gloomy primeval forest over Board Bridge with wonderful views.
The trip descends Tamakoshi River and turns into the Rolwaling valley, one of the most remote, mysterious, and fascinating places in the Rolwaling trekking. The land is full of the tales of the yeti, the mysterious snow man in the world and it is the place where some mountaineers arranged expedition to hunt yetis in the past. View of Gaurisankhar (7145m), Melungtse (7181m), other mountains, a good landscape; the villages of Beding (3690m) and monastery, Tso-Rolpa Lake are the main attractions of Tashi Lapcha Pass trek.
After assault, the trail drops the Thame, from where the route along Bhote Koshi River leads to Namche Bazaar and onto Lukla for flight to Kathmandu but if you have time you can do Everest Base Camp Trekking as well.